Humans have been distilling herbs to make hydrosols and essential oils for over five thousand years. Hydrosols have thousands of uses and are regarded for their gentle nature and do not require dilution. They may be used to freshen one's skin, odor, mood, aura, or bedroom. Excellent for linens, gym bags, yoga mats, sacred altars, bedtime rituals, and touring vans.
Our Douglas Fir Hydrosol captures the true essence of one of the great iconic coniferous giants of the Pacific Northwest. It is sustainably wild foraged in the pristine mountains of Washington State and distilled in-house using a traditional copper alembic still. Our Douglas Fir Hydrosol makes an excellent facial tonic, after-shave, deodorant, or refresher. It is naturally balancing and protective, it helps detoxify, and brings extra hydration to the skin.
Scent Profile: Uplifting, and fresh, forest air, balsam, crisp lemon
HOW TO USE
Apply after washing. For maximum hydration and to balance the pH, saturate skin with hydrosol - five to seven full sprays. With clean hands, press completely into skin. To help restore the protective hydro-lipid balance of the skin, we recommend using it in conjunction with one of our oil-based serums such as our Botanical Serum or Floral Serum.
I love all of this company\'s hydrosol sprays to use as room sprays and before energy work but Douglas fir is my absolute favorite. It smells like you\'re literally camping in the ... view morewoods, was such a lifesaver when living in LA\'s concrete jungle. All their products are super high vibe, they send sweet handwritten notes with every order (!) ... I recommend stocking up on every hydrosol as I know there are a limited amount view less
This Douglas Fir hyrdrosol has an wonderful fragrance that captures the essence of the Pacific Northwest. It\'s clean, outdoorsy, citrusy, and makes me sentimental for Christmas.I ... view morelike to apply a little bit at the end of the dry cycle on my laundry.It also makes for a great car air freshener.Makes for a great all around gift. view less